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He earned a diploma in Medical Technology and X-Ray from Carnegie College and attended City University Without Walls.
President of her freshman class at Skidmore, Whitman withdrew before graduation but later completed her degree in Management and Business in 1982, through Skidmore's University Without Walls program.
In 2002, he proudly completed his Bachelors degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management from the University of Massachusetts through the University Without Walls (UWW) program.
In addition, he oversaw the Division of Continuing and Professional Education and the University Without Walls, units with substantial online portfolios delivered through UMassOnline.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) offers an "Evening University" program in which employees can earn bachelor's or master's degrees on site after the work day, with UMass' Isenberg School of Management's Professional Masters of Business Administration and the University Without Walls programs as two of the offerings.
It is a shining example of what the University of Colorado can do with its Systems Biology and University Without Walls philosophy.
Desktop virtualization is the single greatest opportunity to remove time, cost and complexity from our IT operations, while advancing our vision for a University without walls.
All three of the new offerings were developed by UMass Amherst's University Without Walls (UWW) program which, for 37 years, has been at the forefront of groundbreaking degree completion programs for adult learners.